2K Games has assured users it is working on a patch for the recently released WWE 2K16 to address a number of glitches and technical issues that have reportedly being plaguing the game.
Community manager Bryan Vore took to the title’s official forums this week to respond to a number of user complaints about the stability of WWE 2K16’s servers, various Universe Mode glitches that have led male superstars to win women’s championships, and missing audio commentary.
“Some have had intermittent server issues,” Vore commented. “We been updating the server hardware and optimizing the servers… We will continue to monitor and improve the servers, but if you still experience a problem please tell us with as many details as possible.”
Vore also acknowledged a number of other reported issues, including those listed above in addition to users being limited as to when they can set title matches in Universe Mode, and promised to have an “update soon” – though stopped short of providing a potential release date, telling one user:
“I understand your frustration. The team is working hard on the issues the community is bringing forward. I’m sending them over myself. I wish I had fix details for you and a patch date, but I can’t give what I don’t have. If you’re having a problem be sure to bring it here with as many details as you can provide and we’ll investigate.”
It’s certainly been a busy week for the 2K community manager, who had to intervene yesterday after a prominent community creations member was banned for uploading a custom wrestler modelled on shamed superstar Hulk Hogan.